Total Variable Cost Formula?

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The formula for Total Variable Cost is units produced multiplied by the variable cost per unit. The production of more units will lead to an increase in total variable cost. The cost is directly proportional to production.
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Economists think of a corporation's costs in terms of implicit or explicit costs. Implicit costs concern the company's opportunity cost for making different investment decisions,
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Total cost = cost per unit x units produced. or. Total cost = cost per unit x units sold. or. Fixed costs + Variable costs.
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Costs that vary in total in direct proportion to changes in activity.
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